Which Windows Should Have Exterior Shutters in Denver?
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Which Windows Require Exterior Shutters?

Getting exterior shutters for your home is a good way to add curb appeal and make your house stand above from all the other homes.

As you start to research custom exterior shutters, you could be wondering, which of my windows should have shutters? Our Louver Shop of Colorado professionals are here to help with expert suggestions for your upcoming project for exterior shutters in Denver. During your free consultation, you’ll get to view product samples and get design advice—all at no cost or obligation.

In advance of that, let’s review which windows should and shouldn’t use shutters, as well as how to select the best style for your house.

Louver Shop of Colorado’s Guide to Customizing Exterior Shutters

You Don’t Have to Put Shutters on Every Window

A set of high-quality shutters put on the right windows can enhance attractiveness and curb appeal. In addition to making your residence look better, they could even improve your resale value and make it more appealing to future buyers.

You don’t necessarily need to put shutters on all the windows in your residence. This is especially true if you’re thinking of installing them on large windows. Some instances of windows you’ll want to avoid installing shutters on are bay, dormer and picture windows. For the most stunning effect, you’ll want to have them on windows that would be fully covered if the shutters were fastened.

Match Your Shutters to Your Front Door Tint

For the best results, we advise adding shutters in pairs and matching them to the same color as your exterior door. At Louver Shop of Colorado, our shutters are fully customizable, from material and color to hardware and radius tops. You can also select whether you prefer decorative or operational shutters. Even if you go with decorative shutters, you can increase depth with customizable hardware.

Popular Shutter Styles and Materials

When it comes to materials, there are a wide range of solutions: aluminum, fiberglass, composite and vinyl. These materials are a good substitute 100% wood and don’t require as much maintenance.

Now, let’s discuss some of the most ordered styles for homes in Denver.

  • Louvered shutters—This is the most ordered shutter style in the United States, as it complements many different types of residences. Louvered shutters incorporate recognizable fixed horizontal slats.
  • Panel shutters—These are a close second most ordered shutter kind in the United States. Panel shutters complement a large range of home types, from historic to modern. You can pick from two- or three-panel looks with square or rectangular shapes on the panels.
  • Board and batten shutters—This country shutter style has three to four vertical boards secured with a smaller horizontal board. Board and batten shutters are a fantastic option for a wide variety of houses, particularly farmhouse style.
  • Bahama shutters—This shutter kind is excellent for coastal houses. Bahama shutters let in cold drafts, make shade and can even shield your house from storms while secured.

You’ll want to select a style that flatters your house’s architecture. Aren’t sure what looks most flattering or can’t choose? Our shutter professionals are here to support you. We’ve been making residences like yours attractive for years. To set your free consultation, contact us at 888-428-1415 now.

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